Some answers to your questions

Hours of operation?
We are open from 7.30am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday. We are closed on public holidays and two weeks over Christmas. Fee are charged for public holidays, but not for the two weeks closure at Christmas.  We have one pupil free day at the beginning of the year and one at the end of the year. Fees are not charged for pupil free days.

What age do you take children?
We cater for children from the age of 6 weeks to school age.

Number of placements
We are licensed for 40 children per day. Throughout the week we have approximately 65-70 families. Some children attend full time, while most attend part time. 

The 40 children are broken into three groups -

0-2 year olds = Koalas = approx ten babies per day

2-3 year olds = Kangaroos = approx ten children per day

3-5 year olds = Possums = approx twenty children per day 

Fees
The fees are set by the Management Committee. Fees for 2015 are -

$110 for a Koala child

$106 for a Kangaroo and Possum child

There is an annual enrolment fee of $22.00, and a bond of two weeks fees payable at the time of enrolment. 

Can I claim for Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate?

Definitely. Kelly's Place is a registered long day care centre with Family Assistance.

More information about Child Care Rebate and Child Care Benefit can be found at -

http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/child-care-rebate

http://www.humanservices.gov.au/customer/services/centrelink/child-care-benefit

Kelly's Place's National Quality Standard Rating

We, at Kelly's Place are extremely proud to announce that Kelly's Place has been awarded "Exceeding" in all seven areas of The National Quality Standards in January 2014.

How can I pay my fees?

Fees are due fortnightly in advance. We ask that families set up a direct fortnightly automatic transfer from their bank account to KPCC bank account. This is one of the ways that KPCC keeps fees low.

What does KPCC provide?

Quality educational and care program

Above staff:child ratios

All meals - breakfast, morning tea, cooked lunch, afternoon tea and late snack, baby puree, special diets

Hats and sunscreen

Our educators are first aid trained and many of us have asthma and anaphylaxis training.

What do children need to bring each day?

Nappies

Cot sheets

Comforter/rest/sleep time items

Bottles with breast milk and/or formula

A bag with spare clothing

Does KPCC cater for children with additional needs and/or special diets?

KPCC is a nut free zone. We have a qualified chef and therefore we can arrange for food substitutions if required.

KPCC is able to cater for all individual children. 

How do I place my child on a waitlist?
Please see waitlist link on this website

If you have any further questions please call us on

02 9439 5081

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